We still need to update the website and finish the documentation for Atomix 2.1. I plan to get to that sooner or later...
@johnou I realized the bigger problem with getting rid of the Guava dependency is probably all the bashing algorithms used in primitives. That makes me think maybe we should just keep it for hashing and caching, but I’d like to get rid of the Commons dependency at least
Also, I think there’s one more change in 2.0 that needs to be cherry picked
So, it’s not really a secret we’ve been working with some companies doing lab trials of ONOS and by proxy Atomix. I’ve put an incredible amount of time and effort into testing failure scenarios in Atomix of late. We finally feel comfortable with the Raft implementation. It’s far more stable than ever before. I’m going to be working on cleaning up Atomix 2.1 now and getting it released.